From her engagement in Paris, to dress shopping, and every detail in between, we’ve shared our Blogger Bride Jean of Extra Petite’s journey down the aisle, and the Big Day is finally here! Fit for a literary fairytale at the Boston Public Library, and thanks to the work of Katch Studios and Long Haul Films we’ve got it all in THE VAULT, and stay tuned because we’ve got an exclusive DIY from the Bride up next!
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From Jean of Extra Petite
… Hi beautiful brides ~ I’m wrapping up my Blogger Brides series with this footage from our special day, as well as a super easy DIY tutorial for two of my bridal accessories! Our wedding had a lot of vintage inspirations mixed with modern touches, as well as influence from our east-meets-west heritage. There were many personalized touches like my tea ceremony wedding dress handmade by one of my best friends, and the small accessories made by myself as finishing touches.
Follow Jean’s Journey:
Engagement | Dress Shopping | Bridesmaids’ Dress
Photography: Katch Studios | Cinematography: Long Haul Films | Floral Design: Pollen Floral Design | Wedding Dress: Lazaro | Bridesmaid Dresses: BHLDN | Makeup: Lisa Chy | Hair: Tressemé | Lighting: Design Light Co. | DJ: Alamada Events | Tuxedo: J. Crew Ludlow | Wedding Venue: Boston Public Library | Bridal Suite: Judy Garland Suite At The Lenox | Bridesmaid Robes: Plum Pretty Sugar | Catering + Day-of Coordination: The Catered Affair | DIY Belt Materials: The Bright Shop DIY | DIY Veil Haircomb: Amazon | DIY Veil Netting: Benoirs Closet | Men's Accessories: Tie Bar | Mini Donuts: Union Square Donuts | Reception Dress: Aidan Mattox | Tea Ceremony Coordinator: Lemon Drop | Tea Ceremony Dress: Khatu Ho | Vendor: Extra Petite | Vendor: The Bride's Aunt & Grandmother
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What started as a sweet photo shoot to honor their relationship turned into a day to remember, when these cuties, strolling along Boston’s Harborwalk, came upon rose petals and a surprise. Completely unaware of what was about to take place, this lucky lady watched as her love dropped to one knee – and Ruth Eileen was there to capture every second! See it all unfold in our VAULT right this way!
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From the Bride-to-be… Every girl has dreamed about the day of her proposal, I am sure. As we get older, we see our friends get engaged, strangers on the street get engaged, and we have dreamed about that day even more. I am a very romantic partner, I like surprising him with sweet and lovely things, and it is hard to surprise me; however he gets me every time. Since very early in our relationship, we both had the feeling that each of us might be the one. We started to talk about spending the rest of our lives together, talking about having a small wedding in Beijing, and everything started to accelerate since then. We both knew that he was going to propose someday, but it was a matter of when and how. Then he made me a ring. The ring is so special not only because he made it out of paper, but also because of all the nights he spent at a desk after I was asleep to work on it. I love it more than any diamond ring. On the day he proposed, I thought we were just celebrating the anniversary of our relationship. When I saw all the flowers on the ground, when I was watching the video he made, I still had no idea where this was going to end, until the moment he kneeled down. It was then that I realized, this is the moment I have been waiting for since I was a little girl.
Photography: Ruth Eileen Photography | Vendor: The Bride's Aunt & Grandmother